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A new road in Dubai reaches the Lake of Love … with photos and videos

The Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai is opening a new road this month, which will service 5 projects in the desert areas and reach Love Lake, located in the heart of these areas. The lens “Emirates Today” discovered the road called Seih Al Dahl Street, which stretches 11 km long and connects Seih Al Salam Street and Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Energy Complex. The street consists of two tracks in each direction, a central island and 3 roundabouts to facilitate movement in all directions.

The road will be connected to the entrances to Al Qudra Lakes, which serve 5 beautiful environmental projects and landmarks located in the desert areas, including Swan Lake, Flamingo Lake, Al Qudra Yoga Center, Al Qudra Oasis and Love Lake.

The implementation of the Seih Al Dahl Road comes as a continuation of the development projects that the authority has implemented in the recent period, which included the Dubai Cycling Track project, with a length of approx. 23 km, which is connected to the existing cycle path in the Seih Al Salam area on Al Qudra Street, at the gate of the Dubai Cycling Track. The aerial view of Emirates Road, and thence to Latifa Bint Hamdan Street, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Street, then to the Al Barari area, all the way to the Nad Al Sheba area.

According to the Danish Road and Traffic Authority, the project aims to increase road capacity from 1,800 vehicles currently to 4,000 vehicles in each direction to meet the continued growth in traffic volume, and facilitate residents ‘and visitors’ access to oases on both sides. of the road, desert areas and the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Energy Complex. .

The authority had carried out a number of development projects in the area, including the development of Seih Al Salam Street, which included the widening of the street from the Al Qudra roundabout near the bicycle toilet to the intersection of Dubai-Al Ain Street, with a length of 21 km passing through the Al Lisaili and Al Marmoom areas, where 9 roundabouts were implemented in the intersection areas to ensure a smooth flow of traffic and raise the level of traffic safety in these areas.

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